twicer

twicer

(ˈtwaɪsə)
n
1. a person who does something twice
2. slang Austral a crook; swindler
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Those of mature years will never forget its lead product, the Twicer - which had taken on the big boys with a television advert, featuring a schoolgirl and a limerick recited by the comic actor, Cyril Fletcher.
I've got a twicer of Andres Iniesta and I need the Slovenian keeper.
They sold pineapple chunks hard enough to draw blood from the roof of your mouth; pear-drops, gobstoppers, aniseed balls, cinder toffee, black jacks, as well as the Pendleton's Twicer, ice cream in a coat of frozen juice.
As well as Florida Pearl, the Irish hold a strong hand through Native Up manship, twicer unner-up in the Queen Mother Champion Chase, and Le Coudray, second to Best Mate in the Ericsson Chase.
Simon Archer and Mark Groves twicer put Darlaston ahead, but Kevin Waite and Chris Hunter levelled.
But, at the time, I also admired the cunning way Pendleton's had married red "lollie" (their spelling) and ice cream in its famous Twicer.
These were supplied by a Liverpool company called Pendleton's and its most popular product was the Twicer.
Not far from there, in days of grazed knees and high hopes, was Pendleton's Ice Cream shop, which sold the famous Twicer lolly, with ice cream at each end.
The five-year-old is getting the reputation of being a twicer because he wins and then runs a shocker, but on his best form he is a massive threat to Starspangledbanner, and the way he was backed last time suggests he was thought to be in good form.
They also sold a lovely confection, advertised on telly by Cyril Fletcher, who recited: "There was a young girl of Southend who only had tuppence to spend, so what could be nicer than a Pendleton's Twicer, ice cream with lolly at each end".
This horse has looked one to lay for a long time and my suspicions that he was a twicer seemed to be confirmed when he went from cruise to crawl in a matter of strides.